MotoGP » 'No worries' - Stoner shrugs off another fall


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Rawdawg, you need to read my post again, if he is losing the front by not loading the front tyre enough (and I would think he is doing this looking to carry more corner apex speed whilst not killing his front tyre) he needs to predict this outcome and chage his style accordingly. If he cannot "read" this handling situation coming he needs to avoid unloading the front early in an attempt to achieve more speed. If this is the case his suspension engineer has his work cut out! And don't forget, his rivals will see this as a weakness! Rossi, Lorenzo and Pedrosa are the masters of apex speed and with a little less power in the Duke now this could be a problem for Stoner in a close race.



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